Programming Books You Should Know About

  • Yogev Sitton. The Ultimate Reading List for Developers. Medium, 10/2016.
    • Combines the recommendations of eighteen lists. Most popular are: Code Complete, The Pragmatic Programmer, The Mythical Man-Month, Refactoring, Clean Code, Introduction to Algorithms, Patterns of Enterprise Architecture, Peopleware, Working Effectively with Legacy Code, Code, and Design Patterns.
  • Jeff Atwood. Recommended Reading for Developers. Code Horror, 2015.
    • List includes Code Complete, The Mythical Man-Month, Don’t Make Me Think, Rapid Development, Peopleware, The Design of Everyday Things, About Face, The Inmates Are Running The Asylum, Programming Pearls, The Pragmatic Programmer, Designing Web Usability, Regular Expressions Cookbook, and a few more.
  • Steve Wedig. A Software Developer’s Reading List. Steve Wedig’s Notes. 2014.
    • Offers sixteen books that would provide a complete education in software development.
  • Rod Hilton. Top 10 Career-Changing Programming Books. Absolutely No Machete Juggling, 2014.
    • A list of sixteen books with fairly extensive explanations of why certain books were chosen and why others weren’t.
  • Jon Sonmez. The Ultimate List of Programming Books. Simple Programmer, 2015.
  • Dan Luu. Programming Books You Might Want to Consider Reading.